Serafina is a senior majoring in History with a minor in Sociology. She plans on pursuing her masters in Higher Education and in hopes of continuing to make an impact on college students. Serafina also works as a Program Manager in the Center for Student Involvement. Serafina was a legislature and served as the Director of Academic Affairs for the Student Government. As President Serafina hopes to improve your student experience and create a community that all students can be proud to call home. If you have any questions or concerns come and stop by her office in Student Center, Annex 103.
Emma is a senior Justice Studies Major with a concentration in International Justice and Italian. She’s been part of the Student Government Association since her freshman year, founding member of MSU Acapella. She was Director of Class IV organizations, looking out for the newest organizations on campus and later was the Attorney General her Junior year. As Vice President, she will serve as a liaison between the student body and the administration and plans to have all 100+ organizations under the SGA work together to provide the best experiences for the student body. If you have any questions in regards to joining the Legislature, or starting an organization, you can contact her via phone, email or simply stopping by his office in the Student Center Annex!
Heather Francis is a Senior at Montclair State University. She is still unsure about her future, but is focused on her studies as a Justice studies major with a concentration in International Justice with minors in Environmental Justice and Nutrition and Food Science. She will be your Executive Treasurer for the 2018-2019 school year, and hopes to help enrich the Student Government experience for all students. Her role is to oversee the 1.6 million dollar budget allocated from all of the student fees per semester (47.80 per semester). This budget helps organizations and the programming board have successful events on campus. She hopes this year to focus on three main pillars: transparency, sustainability, and communication. At the end of each month, a report will be made available on the SGA website about how much and what the Student Government spends. She intends on focusing on conscious consuming through her year as Treasurer, making sure the Student Government is making fiscally responsible, and making as many sustainable purchases. Lastly, she intends on building a stronger communication between students and the Student Government through creating committees that will involve more students in the campus community. Heather believes in intersectionality, and the importance of conscious consuming. You can find her in her office in Student Center 103, studying in the library or in the quad, or cooking at her dorm room. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please reach out to her.
Jill is a senior in the Honors Program majoring in Justice Studies with a concentration in International Justice and minoring in Spanish, International Studies, and Child Advocacy and Policy. She plans on pursuing her JD degree and working as a human rights lawyer. Jill has been involved with the SGA serving as Associate Justice and then Chief Justice during the spring semester. As the Secretary of the Student Government Association, she will work as a liaison between organizations, the legislature and the executive board as well as representing the diverse student body. If you have any questions, comments or concerns in regards to the SGA or any other matter, you can contact her via phone, email or simply by stopping in her office in the Student Center Annex!